• 11 May 2017, 21:00
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SUMMER: 7-night stay in well-rated hotel in Liguria, Italy with breakfasts + flights from London for £234!

Holidays to Liguria coast!

scover magical Liguria! Book flights from London to Genoa and 7-night stay in well-rated hotel for only £234 per person, breakfast included (on 2 pax basis)!

Liguria, where the Alps and the Apennines cascade into the Mediterranean, is defined by its sinuous, giddy landscapes, with a topography so demanding it has shaped almost every facet of daily life. Farming is carried out on ingeniously terraced cliff faces, and impossibly sited fishing villages have long plundered the sea.

To find out more about Liguria go to Lonely Planet online shop >>.

You’ll be staying at Hotel Esperia with great reviews and very close to the beach.  Featuring a restaurant, bar and garden, this property offers en suite rooms with free WiFi. A sweet and savoury breakfast is offered daily, including hot drinks, cakes, yogurt and fruit, as well as cold cuts, cheese and bread. Regional specialities and Italian classics can be tasted at the restaurant.

Travel dates:
June 21-28

Routing:
London – Genoa – London

Sample reservation:
London – Genoa – London >>>

Accommodation:
You’ll be staying at the Hotel Esperia so follow our links and book your vacation!

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger.

How to book:
To book flights from London to Genoa for only £45 round trip per person CLICK HERE >>

To book cheap accommodation CLICK HERE >>

Offer Details:

  • 7 Nights
  • 2 Sharing
  • well-rated hotel
  • Flights

Price Breakdown:

  • Flights for 2: £90 round trip (£45 per person)
  • Hotel: 378/ 7 nights, 2 sharing (£189 per person)
  • Total: £468 / £234 per person

Car:
Find the best prices on Rentalcars.com.

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